The personal pronouns in Panglobish are:
|1st||mi (I)||wi (we)|
|2nd||tu (you)||yu (you all)|
|3rd||he (he or she)||de (they)|
All personal pronouns are gender-neutral in Panglobish. We don't differentiate the sexes in any of them. So the third person singular pronoun he means both him and her (or he and she).
The singular pronoun tu can be used in all situations, both formal and informal, regardless of the differences of social status and age of the speakers. In this way it is similar to Swedish du. However, some speakers may prefer to use tu only with family and intimate friends. Then its usage is comparable to German du, French tu, Russian ты (ty) and Hindi तू (tū).
It is always acceptable to use the plural pronoun yu instead of the singular pronoun tu.
Possessive pronouns are made simply by combining a basic pronoun with the possessive marker 's.
|1st||mi's (my)||wi's (our)|
|2nd||tu's (your)||yu's (your)|
|3rd||he's (his or her)||de's (their)|
The demonstrative pronouns are the same as the definite articles:
da this, that
di these, those
As they do not differentiate between near and far, they can be further qualified by adding hir (here) or der (there).
da hir haus
= this house
di hir haus = these houses
da der haus = that house
di der haus = those houses